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A Vision for Good Practice in Reader/Preacher Training (Article/Note/Report)
The report of the Reader Task Group.
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Anglicanism and the Western Christian Tradition (Book)
The essays in this volume are revised and edited versions of papers delivered by Anglican and Roman Catholic historians at a colloquium held at the Gregorian University in Rome in June 2002.
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Anglicans Online (Website)
Anglican news from across the world, in-depth articles exploring the issues of the moment, and a comprehensive listing of online resources for Anglicans
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BBC - Religion and Ethics (Website)
Links to BBC information and resources.
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Christians on the Internet (COIN) (Website)
COIN exists to encourage and help churches, church organisations and individuals to make sensible use of the Internet, seeking to ensure an active Christian presence on the Internet to serve as a witness to the wider world.
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Encounters on the Edge (Website)
Church Army information about Fresh Expresssions of Church..
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Presence and Engagement (Website)
This Church of England project aims to equip Christians for mission and ministry in multi-faith contexts.
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RE online (Website)
REonline is 'a virtual RE Centre' - a collaborative project of the Association of Church College Trusts and managed by The Culham Institute.
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St John's Extension Studies (Course Programmes)
A range of courses established to make some of St John's wide range of teaching resources available to students unable to come to College for a full-time course.
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The Anglican Centre in Rome - Courses (Course Programmes)
The courses run by the Centre offer opportunities for meeting and dialogue through studying ecumenical theology in its many facets as students explore our common Christian heritage as displayed in this 'eternal city'. Many are particularly suited to Reader Ministry.
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The London Institute for Contemporary Christianity (Website)
LICC aims to help Christians engage biblically and relevantly with the issues they face, and demonstrate that Christ is indeed relevant to the deepest needs of contemporary people.
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